News: Pleasant Ridge (16 Sep 1971)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Vine, Lewis, Paulson, Eisentraut, Erickson, Dahlke, True, Kuechenmeister, Chapman, Smith,
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co, WI) 9/16/1971
(16 September 1971)
Pvt. 2 Kenneth Vine arrived Friday night to spend some leave time with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Vine. He is to report to a base in South Carolina on October 1, before leaving for duty in Germany. Pvt. Vine was met at the Chicago Airport by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vine and daughter, Lisa, of Rolling Meadows, Ill., with whom he traveled to his parents’ home. The Robert Vines also spent the weekend at the parental Vine home.
William Lewis, Augusta, visited last Wednesday and was a dinner guest at the home of his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Darol Lewis.
Pleasant Ridge homemakers were to tour La Crosse on Wednesday. The group is to meet for its regular monthly meeting on Wednesday, September 22, at the home of Mrs. C. A. Paulson.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Eisentraut entertained Saturday evening at their cottage with a family gathering in honor of the 78th birthday of Mrs. Eisentraut’s father, Elmer Erickson. Those present, in addition to the Elmer Erickson’s, were Mr. an Mrs. Elmer Dahlke of Milwaukee, Mr. and Mrs. James Eisentraut and family and Arne Eisentraut and daughters, all of Rockford, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. Jack True, Mike and Barbara of Clintonville, Mrs. George Erickson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Erickson and Roger, Mr. and mr. David Eisentraut and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kuechenmeister.
Mrs. C. A. Paulson and daughter, Joyce, and her brother, Lester Chapman, drove to Madison last Wednesday where they were guests of Mrs. Leon Smith. The trip was in observance of Joyce Paulson’s birthday on Friday. On Thursday, the Paulsons, Mrs. Smith and Mr. Chapman visited at the circus World Museum at Baraboo and with the Chap Paulsons at Wisconsin Dells. Mrs. Smith returned to the Paulson home with them on Friday. Wednesday, the ladies planned to join the Pleasant Ridge homemakers on their club tour to La Crosse, and Mr. Chapman expected to drive to Tomah to visit with friends there.
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